scientific law



An independently and sufficiently verified description of a direct link between cause and effect of a phenomenon, deduced from experiments and/or observations. Scientific laws are considered established and universally applicable (to certain class of things or phenomenon under appropriate conditions) but not necessarily definitive. Also called laws of science.

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  • Gravity has become known to the general population as one of the first discovered and most universal of all scientific laws.

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  • This opinion, I know, is at variance with that of many gentlemen possessing great practical experience, as well as scientific law acquirement's.

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  • Steve wanted to sleep in and not go to work, but he knew that if he did his termination would be as immutable as scientific law.

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